Hotel San Pedro de Majagua
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... help. Sat in bar chatting with sam whilst waited to check in. Mark going for a walk so I decided to go with him as reception told us for bus tickets there is a kiosk at the exito supermarket. I still wasn't sure what my plan was as Sam was planning on Santa Marta, tayrona, minca then San Gil for new yrs but then said he was thinking he may stay in Santa Marta and head to San Gil after new yr. For me i had an instant not great feel about the place and therefore not somewhere ...
... price. The area was quickly filled with crew and guests who enjoyed the local beer, the shopping and especially the birds. Bruce had a local beer, but this time it didn't get us free WIFI. Even in the shade the heat became oppressive so we returned to the comfort of our floating home by 1:30. We met friends for a game of BRIDGE.
Cartagena is known as the Pearl of the Caribbean. The modern city, named for ...
... we could stand perfectly up right due to the density of the mud. The bouyancy felt unreal. After batting off the local men trying to offer us a massage for 3000pesos (about 90p) we were left to relax and enjoy the rejuvenating mud. That is, until, huge bubbles started coming up from the mud with underlying rumbles; I dont think Kam has ever seen me move so fast. I was convinced it was about to errupt so we hurried off to the lagoon to wash off. ...
And then we waited,
I asked around for ChrisChris,
And then we waited.
Later we gave up,
Where were those two crazy fools?
Lukas and I walked,
We were meeting his friends soon,
The place: El Balcón.
We found El Balcón,
But it was closed and no friends,
And then we waited.
We gave up on that,
Decided to walk some more,
And guess what we found!
... playas are a 45 minute to an hour boat ride away. We did both playas. The first playa was on Calle Ocho (8th street). We ran across another English speaking person named Eddie. He was from California and was Venezuelan and Mexican. He joined us at the beach. We had a really good time. I had my beats pill for music, and we had a bottle of Agaurdiente which is a Colombian liquor that's really good when mixed with fresh juice. So the party was in our section. We ...